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Name Kim Junghwan
NOC KOR - Korea, Republic of Korea, Republic of Date of Birth 02 SEP 1983
Residence Gender Male
Height 178 cm Weight 64 kg
Discipline Fencing

Fencing

Result
Start Date Start Time Event Phase Score Results Opponent
Name NOC
24 SEP 2014 19 : 10 Men's Sabre Team Finals 45 : 26 Win IRI - Iran IRI
24 SEP 2014 15 : 00 Men's Sabre Team Semifinals 45 : 23 Win HKG - Hong Kong, China HKG
24 SEP 2014 13 : 40 Men's Sabre Team Quarterfinals 45 : 25 Win KUW - Kuwait KUW
21 SEP 2014 20 : 20 Men's Sabre Individual Finals 13 : 15 Lose Gu Bongil KOR - Korea, Republic of KOR
21 SEP 2014 19 : 10 Men's Sabre Individual Semifinals 15 : 9 Win Lam Hin Chung HKG - Hong Kong, China HKG
21 SEP 2014 16 : 40 Men's Sabre Individual Quarterfinals 15 : 6 Win Xu Yingming CHN - China CHN
21 SEP 2014 15 : 40 Men's Sabre Individual Round of 16 15 : 9 Win Shimamura Tomohiro JPN - Japan JPN
21 SEP 2014 13 : 30 Men's Sabre Individual Preliminaries Pool B 5 : 1 Win Vu Thanh An VIE - Vietnam VIE
21 SEP 2014 13 : 30 Men's Sabre Individual Preliminaries Pool B 5 : 3 Win Xu Yingming CHN - China CHN
21 SEP 2014 13 : 30 Men's Sabre Individual Preliminaries Pool B 5 : 1 Win Konovalov Evgeniy UZB - Uzbekistan UZB
21 SEP 2014 13 : 30 Men's Sabre Individual Preliminaries Pool B 5 : 1 Win Mohammad Yunos Bin Awang Haji Hamid BRU - Brunei Darussalam BRU
21 SEP 2014 13 : 30 Men's Sabre Individual Preliminaries Pool B 5 : 3 Win Tilenshiyev Yerali KAZ - Kazakhstan KAZ

Competition Highlights

RankEventYearLocation
Asian Games
2Sabre Team2010Guangzhou, CHN
Olympic Games
1Sabre Team2012London, GBR
19Sabre Individual2012London, GBR
World Championships
2Sabre Team2014Kazan, RUS
3Sabre Team2013Budapest, HUN
8Sabre Team2010Paris, FRA
9Sabre Individual2014Kazan, RUS
10Sabre Team2007St. Petersburg, RUS
13Sabre Individual2013Budapest, HUN
13Sabre Team2009Antalya, TUR
32Sabre Individual2009Antalya, TUR
35Sabre Individual2007St. Petersburg, RUS
54Sabre Individual2011Catania, ITA
55Sabre Individual2010Paris, FRA
World Cup
1Sabre Individual2013/2014Budapest, HUN
1Sabre Individual2013/2014Madrid, ESP
2Sabre Individual2013/2014Athens, GRE
2Sabre Individual2013/2014Moscow, RUS
3Sabre Individual2013/2014Plovdiv, BUL
6Sabre Individual2012/2013Padua, ITA
7Sabre Individual2010/2011Plovdiv, BUL
8Sabre Individual2011/2012Budapest, HUN
9Sabre Individual2013/2014Padua, ITA
10Sabre Individual2013/2014Chicago, IL, USA
10Sabre Individual2012/2013Budapest, HUN
11Sabre Individual2012/2013Athens, GRE
11Sabre Individual2010/2011Moscow, RUS
13Sabre Individual2012/2013Chicago, IL, USA
13Sabre Individual2010/2011Padua, ITA
14Sabre Individual2011/2012Padua, ITA
16Sabre Individual2011/2012Moscow, RUS
17Sabre Individual2013/2014Warsaw, POL
18Sabre Individual2012/2013Warsaw, POL
26Sabre Individual2010/2011Madrid, ESP
30Sabre Individual2011/2012Warsaw, POL
30Sabre Individual2010/2011New York, NY, USA
33Sabre Individual2012/2013Moscow, RUS
38Sabre Individual2010/2011Budapest, HUN
40Sabre Individual2011/2012Madrid, ESP
52Sabre Individual2010/2011Warsaw, POL
Asian Championships
1Sabre Team2013Shanghai, CHN
1Sabre Team2011Seoul, KOR
1Sabre Individual2009Doha, QAT
2Sabre Individual2013Shanghai, CHN
2Sabre Team2012Wakayama, JPN
3Sabre Individual2012Wakayama, JPN
3Sabre Individual2007Nantong, CHN
7Sabre Individual2014Suwon, KOR

Detailed Information

Biography
Occupation Athlete, Public Servant
Higher education Kookmin University , Seoul, KOR
Languages Spoken Korean
Club Korean Sports Promotion Foundation, Korea
Coach Yoo Sang-Ju [national] (KOR) (fencing.sports.or.kr, 29 Apr 2014)
Plays Right (fie.ch, 27 Apr 2010)
International debut 2005 for Korea, Grand Prix (Korea) (article.joins.com, 04 Aug 2012)
Injuries He injured his ankle one month before the 2012 Olympic Games in London. (kookje.co.kr, 04 Aug 2012)
Additional Information Start of sporting career
He began the sport in 1996, when he was a junior high school student. (kookje.co.kr, 04 Aug 2012 )

Reason for taking up this sport
His father suggested he try the sport. (article.joins.com, 04 Aug 2012)

Awards
In 2013 he was given the Excellent Group Award at the Coca-Cola Sports Award. (tvreport.com, 31 Jan 2013)

General
SUSPENSION
He was suspended from all competitions for one year after he failed a doping test, held immediately after he won the 2005 World Cup event in Seoul, Korea. He argued unsuccessfully that the banned substance found in his body came from some sleeping pills, which he took to treat insomnia. "I was going to quit the sport, and travel to other countries. But my father, who passed away in 2009, kept persuading me to continue the sport." (donga.com, 25 May 2007; article.joins.com, 04 Aug 2012)

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